September 30, 2006 Subject:
These men could have been formidable bocce players...
Law enforcement officials brandish various forms of tear gas equipment in this silent yet enthralling collection of cobbled together stock footage. The police officers begin by hurling cylindrical canisters of tear gas, observe their emissions, and then move on to shooting the potent chemical through the use of special launchers. A small house is selected as a target and is gradually riddled with holes as the triggers are pulled. The efficacy of the tear gas as a crowd dispersion tool is shown when a small group of men stand in the vicinity of the canisters and quickly scurry away as the vapours materialize. As one can tell from the beaming faces of the participants, the entire exercise is certainly no arduous task. If only police work could always be this enjoyable!
May 6, 2006 Subject:
don't worry about that, man! download the clip, slap the music on it and upload it to any of these video file sharing places (youtube, google video, myspace, etc.).
as long as it's not porn and you're not trying to sell the clip, you can usually get away with using any kind of music you want.
May 27, 2005 Subject:
!! Idea !!
If it were not for music copyright infringment, I'd take this clip, edit it, and set it to Roy Orbison's "Crying." Just for effect.
March 12, 2005 Subject:
Now all we need is some Beatniks!
Very... odd silent footage of, yes, a tear gas demo. A guy, who I swear, looks like he just came from a 'Men In Black' convention shows us the latest in tear gas products! A demo of the rolling cannister as well as the shotgun cannisters are shown. Also, a house which for some odd reason reminds me of the house in 'House In The Middle'is used for an interesting effect. It seems that, in 'those' days, the gas guns could uh, penetrate through walls! So you're watching this and figuring, how on earth could they shoot through a wall and not kill anyone? That's not important though, as the people at the demo are shown to be having a grand old time! Highly reccomended!
October 1, 2003 Subject:
the title says it all
Appears to be an accurate demonstration of the use of tear gas by police. In colour